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It's not like MrsBlue and I live in the country or anything, but even the suburbs can be an adjustment for a life-long city boy. Last night I experienced my latest fish out of water moment when I opened a cabinet and noticed the vaguest sense of movement, like spots swimming before my eyes. I quickly realized this was some manner of infestation, and upon closer examination identified the infesters as itsy-bitsy spiders: it would seem this cabinet had served as an arachnid maternity ward. These little guys are practically translucent and not much larger than pinheads, but quite active already... they crawl about and spin itsy webs too fine for the naked eye to see, and as is the spider way, there are just plain a lot of them. I generally have a policy of peaceful coexistence with spiders, as they pay their way by fighting pestier pests, but this is too much, beyond just the normal creepy factor, there's food in this area, which makes it super-creepy. Now I'm faced with the prospect of playing the exterminator in Arachnophobia and there's only one image that repeatedly courses through my mind as I consider this... I'm the bad guy in Charlotte's Web. :(
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